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    Congress holds UFO hearing, unveils never-before-seen videos

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  • Finland, Sweden officially submit applications to join NATO

    02:22
  • Biden calls for stricter gun laws, condemns racial hatred in Buffalo

    02:07
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    03:05
  • Biden and Bezos spar over inflation, taxing the rich

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  • Congress to hold public hearings on UFOs for first time in 50 years

    01:52
  • Russia takes full control of first major Ukrainian city

    02:16
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  • NBC polls show stronger support for abortion rights, Chuck Todd says

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  • Biden’s promise for student loan forgiveness stirs controversy

    03:26
  • Federal judge to rule on pandemic-era immigration restriction

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  • Justice Thomas: Leaked Roe v. Wade draft opinion ‘changed the court’

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  • Border battle heats up as federal judge set to vote on Title 42

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  • Vote to protect abortion rights fails in the Senate

    00:25
  • Record wave of Cuban migration to US fueled by political turmoil

    03:09
  • Elon Musk says he would allow Donald Trump to return to Twitter

    00:23
  • US House passes $40 billion aid package for Ukraine

    02:47
  • Mitch McConnell clarifies national abortion ban comments

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  • Senate set to vote on abortion amid growing divide on Roe v. Wade

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  • Biden goes on defensive over inflation: It's 'my top domestic priority'

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‘Fatal numbers’: Donald Trump trailing among independent female voters

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MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki tells TODAY that Donald Trump got “clobbered” by suburban women in a new poll, with 66 percent thinking Hillary Clinton won the first debate, while just 13 percent thought Trump won. Meanwhile, Clinton is slipping with millennial voters and has recruited Bernie Sanders to help rally support. One poll showed 71 percent of millennials favored Sanders over Clinton.